The Ghost Ship

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Trapped in another time, a time of buccaneers and hidden treasure. Joshua Devlin grows up in this new world, falls in love and becomes a man. More

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About Graeme Bourke

In 1985 Graeme took up fly fishing in Tasmania and during this journey he kept a diary which was used to produce his first non-fiction book "Come Fly Fish With Me," which has now been put up as an ebook. This book received wide acclaim from the fly fishing fraternity. He then completed a correspondence course on writing and began writing articles for sporting and travel magazines. In 2008 he published his second book on fishing "If Only The World Would Go Fishing." His main ambition was to write fiction, so in 2010 he published "Hawkins' Grove" which has also been converted to an ebook. These three books are available in hard copy from "Window on the World" bookshop in Ulverstone, Tasmania. Mountain Pride, The Ghost Ship,The Gates of Hell and The House of Dreams are only available as ebooks. In June of 2014 Graeme uploaded the first book in his trilogy "The Orphan and the Shadow Walker: The Awakening" the feedback has been very positive. Sales from the second and third book have been encouraging. An Ancient Warrior is his most recent fiction novel. Graeme writes book reviews for a local newsletter and from the these he has compiled the best of these reviews so If you are looking for a book to read he guarantees you will find something here. He has just published a new book called A Fortunate Destiny, a love story set in the early seventies. Tears in Thailand has now been published. This is a true story telling of Graeme's journey in Thailand, his experiences and emotions as he finds happiness in the land of smiles.

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Review by: Christine Williams on Sep. 9, 2012 : (no rating)
When review written July 25, 2012, star rating box was not accessable. Need to add the star rating as 4 and a half.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: Christine Williams on July 25, 2012 : (no rating)
The author has ben able to create a brilliant story of intrigue bringing two very different worlds together in the life of Joshua Devlin. Highlt recommended. Loved it.
(reviewed 52 days after purchase)
Review by: Emqueue on July 6, 2012 :
A good swashbuckling tale. Realistic and absorbing.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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